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Australia Out of Control

March 4, 2012

Following on the heels of international condemnation for its inhumanitarian intervention against the Aboriginal People of the Northern Territory, the Australian government has opted for full scale invasion and imposition…

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Federal Republic of West Papua

March 4, 2012

The proclamation of the Federal Republic of West Papua has been registered with the UN Security Council. In order to receive international recognition of its independence from the hostile state…

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Haudenosaunee Health

March 2, 2012

Haudenosaunee women lead the way in healing and health from a wholistic perspective.

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Can’t Be Trusted

February 27, 2012

To the Algonquins of Barriere Lake, the violations by the governments of Quebec and Canada of resource sustainability agreements with their First Nation are all they need to show Canada…

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Hope Belongs to the Resistance

February 23, 2012

In a 2005 interview with Raymundo Sanchez Barraza, In Motion Magazine looked at A University Without Shoes. In discussing the indigenous intercultural system of informal education developed by the Mayan…

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February 22, 2012

In the old days of the CIA and National Security Agency (NSA), official US Government organizations were more candid about overthrowing governments that did not succumb to domination by US…

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Systemic Rage

February 18, 2012

In his paper Colonialism and State Dependency, CWIS associate scholar Gerald Taiaiake Alfred — professor at the School of Indigenous Governance at the University of Victoria — discusses the disturbing…

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On the Land

February 16, 2012

When indigenous communities have a genuine say in development, they can preserve their way of life and that of the animals with which they share the land. In Namibia, that…

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Destroying Community

February 15, 2012

As Dawn Paley reports from Oaxaca, extraction corporations from North America literally destroy community in the third and fourth worlds.

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Culturally Sound Options

February 14, 2012

Intergenerational trauma among Indians in the US and Canada due to 20th century boarding school abuses is not difficult to understand. When children are beaten, berated and molested by authorities…

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Chief George Manuel Memorial Indigenous Library

The library is dedicated to the memory of Secwepemc Chief George Manuel (1921-1989), to the nations of the Fourth World and to the elders and generations to come.

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